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China strikes back after US ban on TikTok and WeChat apps

China has accused the United States of “harassment” and suggested it could take action after Washington banned downloads of the popular TikTok video app and effectively blocked the use of the Chinese WeChat app. TikTok’s parent company ByteDance has filed a petition in federal court in Washington to try to lift the impending ban. “China urges the United States to …

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Coronavirus: More than 136,000 deaths in Brazil

The Brazilian Ministry of Health said on Saturday that Brazil has registered 739 deaths from the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours, which has totaled 136,532. In addition, the ministry reported another 33,057 cases during the same period, a total of 4,528,240. The state of São Paulo, the most populous state in the country, was most affected by the …

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Trump promises a name quickly, probably a woman

Donald Trump said on Saturday that he would quickly come up with a name, “probably” for a woman, to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an icon of the American left who died on Friday. The willingness of the White House tenant to move quickly, despite democratic criticism, promises an end to the US presidential campaign. “I think it’s …

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Coronavirus: A day in the world

The number of deaths linked to Covid-19 coronavirus worldwide amounted to 953,562,000 people. More than 30.6 million people have been infected with it while 22 million 262 thousand of them have recovered. The United States, the epicenter of the pandemic and the first country to be hit and killed, has 198,940 deaths and 6,749,092 million infections. He was united on …

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Sit in front of Parliament in solidarity with Palestine

In total solidarity with the Palestinian people and to emphasize its support for a population struggling for its liberation, Dozens of people observed a sitting in front of the seat of parliament in Rabat to condemn normalization with Israel, the occupation of Palestine and the annexation of the Palestinian territories, at the request of a collective that brings together well …

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significant damage following violent storms around Rodez

the essentialThe storms that raged in Cévennes also caused damage in the neighboring ward Aveyron this Saturday 19 September. A major storm hit Rodez and its environs this Saturday, September 19, in the late afternoon. The storm lasted for several tens of minutes along with heavy hailstorms. In addition, this sudden precipitation caused a landslide in the Rodez bypass, just …

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Coronavirus: More than 950,000 deaths worldwide

The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 953,025 people worldwide since the WHO office in China reported the outbreak in late December, according to a report from official sources on Saturday. In Morocco, the pollution report shows Friday, September 17, at 6 p.m., confirming 97,264 cases out of 76,690 healing and 1,755 deaths. Hespress’s clock and monitoring platform, covid.hespress.com/fr, describes …

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Trump wants to replace the RBG judge quickly, the campaign is shaken up

US President Donald Trump on Saturday called for a speedy replacement of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a deceased icon of the American left, a political election that could likely ignite the end of the presidential campaign. Appointing the magistrates of the Temple of Law is “the most important decision” for which a president is elected, he said on …

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start of a national march to regulate undocumented migrants

The rallies in support of undocumented migrants, backed by rebellious France and the NPA, start a series of demonstrations in France on 19 September. Objective: to organize a major national march in Paris on 17 October. They intend to go “towards the Elysee”. In talks with 19 collectives, supported by 200 organizations and with the support of the rebel France …

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Poland: fragmentation of the ruling coalition could lead to collapse of government and parliamentary majority and early elections

Saturday 19 September 2020 at 12:29 By Abdelaziz Hayoun Warsaw – Political events in Poland have accelerated over the past two days with divisions within the ruling coalition that could lead to the fall of the government and the collapse of the parliamentary majority or even the call for early parliamentary elections if this tense situation continues. The differences between …

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